On 28 and 29 May, BAFTA-winning sound editor Eddy Joseph is giving a two-day intensive course called “Telling the Story Through Sound: From Batman to Bond“. The seminar is presented in partnership with ShortCourses@NTFS, and it will run from 10:00 to 18:00 at the Cinema Jam HQ, located in the Collective Temperance Hospital on 110 Hampstead Road in London.
Expect lively discussions with Eddy as he shares experiences from his 40-year career, having worked on culturally significant films such Evita, Casino, Batman, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Interview with a Vampire, and Pink Floyd – The Wall. Eddy will discuss practical solutions he learned on the job as well as how students can apply these lessons to their own work. The course will also include the guest lecture “Subjective Sound in We Need To Talk About Kevin and ‘71′” by sound designer Paul Davies.
For an extra perk, light refreshments will be provided during the day as well as a complimentary drink in one of the local pubs at night. So if you live nearby London and are a sound professional, director, producer, editor or someone interested in cinematic storytelling, don’t miss your chance to register and learn from a blockbuster veteran.